### 6th EOG Math Goal 2

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 parallel set of points in a plane that are the same distance from the center congruent exact location in space area angle that measures 90 degrees interior angle whose measures greater that 90 but less than 180 degrees pi line segment that passes through the center of a circle and has endpoint on the circle octagon triangle with two congruent sides heptagon line segment with one endpoint in the center of a circle and the other endpoint on the circle diameter line segment that joins two points on the circumference of a circle equilateral having same shape and same size corresponding angles formed by two lines entersected by a third line hexagon three-sided polygon vertex pair of opposite congruent angles formed by intersecting lines chord angle that measures less than 90 degrees rhombus object or structure looks the same after a specific change occurs pentagon number of square units needed cover a given surface perimeter eight-sided polygon obtuse distance around a circle isosceles matching two or more angles or polygons exterior quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides acute four-sided polygon symmetrical lines that cross at exactly one point scalene line that cuts across two or more parallel lines at different points trapezoid nine-sided polygon similar straight path that extends without end in opposite directions decagon having same shape but not necessarily the same size triangle ratio of circumference to the length of its diameter; 3.14 vertical six-sided polygon transversal point where two sides intersect on angle or polygon alternate distance around a polygon perpendicular parallelogram with all sides congruent line lines in a plane that do not intersect quadrilateral part of a line that starts in one point and continues forever nonagon angles on the outer sides of two lines intersected by a third line radius ten-sided polygon circumference five-sided polygon right triangle with three congruent sides ray triangle with no congruent sides circle lines that lie in different planes that are neither parallel or perpendicular skew lines that intersect to form right angles intersecting angles on the inner sides of two lines intersected by a third line point seven-sided polygon

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